Oooh, that picture is creepy! Neat-O!
His expression says it all EEE-Ouch!
Ha, ha, what a great shot! He looks quite grumpy the poor guy.
oh my I've never seen this approach taken before. But it looks like a great idea.What a fabulous WW!!Mine is here:http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/10/ww-buddys-nuts.htmlHappy WW:-)))
Oh wow I just listened...what a cool plug in!!:-))
That looks pretty painful, LOL!
really? your using a drill? Here's my WW. Thanks!
Thanks for the nice comments everyone. @Shinade -- The "Listen Now" feature is pretty freaky the first time you listen to it, isn't it? @Jo -- You can't see it very well in this photo, but we used the drill because we needed the holes to be the precise size of the bolts we were attaching to the side of the pumpkin's head. All the pumpkin's scars made me think of Frankenstein's monster, so we attached head bolts (instead of neck bolts) to enhance the Frankenstein effect. Unfortunately, the pumpkin's eyes and mouth look more Vampire. A mish-mosh of monters. :)
That is some serious pumpkin carving...all the pumpkin surgical tools laid neatly out. THe previous pumpkin patients in the wings recovering from their "procedures." Very serious pumpkin carving, Haley!
Lol, classic, the look on the pumpkins face is perfect, great shot!!
Trepaning the pumpking! :) Happy WW! :)
I remember seeing this on your flickr and thinking, 'Wow, that's hard core... I'm glad I didn't attempt a pumpkin for the first time ever when I have no idea what I'm doing!'
Great expression on behalf of the pumpkin!
@Karina -- LOL. I love that image. A surgeon's assembly line.@Bob -- Thanks!@Ms. O.D. -- Trepaning. A great way to describe it!@fragileheart -- Power tools are not a requirement of carving pumpkins. The ideal tools are actually quite basic. Buy a kit at the store. The little saws and scraping tools are great.@Don -- The pumpkin thanks you. :)
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